Before the crypto market crashed early in the week, Litecoin was perhaps one coin that had shown a lot of bullish promise. At the time, LTC had finished a 4-week consolidation phase, and bulls had managed to hold the $51 support. It was only a matter of time before the coin rallied. But this week things have taken a turn for the worse. Here are some of the facts:
LTC lost the $51 support as the pressure in the market took hold
The coin has however managed to keep the price action above the next $41 support
If this continues, LTC could genuinely avert a major decline in the coming weeks.
Right now, overall sentiment and trends in the crypto market point toward major losses. The market is in full bear mode, and trade volume has reduced significantly. It’s therefore hard to see any sustained bullish environment. However, there are some positives from an LTC point of view.
First, despite the massive sell-off reported in crypto this week, LTC losses were far lower compared to other major coins. Also, the token has managed to stave off the bears at $41. This shows a lot of resilience.
And besides, LTC has rallied over the last 24 hours with a 10% gain. These conditions suggest that LTC will be able to stay above the $41 support for now. While this may not trigger a decisive bull run in the short term, it could limit further downside.
The downside risk below $41 is huge. If LTC were to lose this support, then we could see a 40 – 50 % drop.
So, the key is to give the coin a few days. If bulls are still able to defend $41, then you could buy for the short term.
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